Samsung Galaxy S23 Series It will be available to users soon. One of the most curious aspects of smartphones, which has come to the fore many times with claims and leaks, is the camera. South Korean company has high-end features Galaxy S23 Ultra There are claims that the model will use a 200 Megapixel sensor. But do these rumors reflect the truth? We can say that this situation has been finalized with a recently leaked image.
Will the Galaxy S23 Ultra have a 200 Megapixel camera?
Ice Universe, which stands out with its leaks in the industry, shared a screenshot from the default camera application of the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra model. Accordingly, 200 Megapixel claims, which are already considered highly likely, have also been confirmed. Because when we look at the image, it should be noted that there will be two different shooting modes, 200 Megapixels and 50 Megapixels.
Galaxy S23 Ultra will use the 200 Megapixel ISOCELL HPX sensor and host new technologies for a better camera experience. At this point, DTI for better light absorption into the sensor and the camera for improved low-light photography. 4 or 16 pixels Features such as Tetra2Pixel, which allows them to combine as a single pixel, will be offered to users.
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A visual has emerged recently that reveals the camera performance of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The camera performances of the S23 Ultra and S22 Ultra were compared in two different image frames shared on Weibo. According to the shared image, Samsung seems to have taken an important step in the camera in the new Ultra model.
It should be noted that the zoom performances of the models are compared in the photos taken. Although it is not clear where exactly was taken in the images, it is obvious that the two details that look like shutter doors are displayed much more clearly by the S23 Ultra. It is worth remembering that artificial intelligence assisted image enhancement systems are also disabled for this shoot.